- Casino Royale Review
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1001 Movies Club - I Know Where I'm Going! (1945)
#191. I Know Where I'm Going! (1945)
Why It's In The Book: "I Know Where I'm Going! stands tall as one of the most perfect of the run of delirious masterpieces made by the team of Michael Powell and Emerich Pressburger in the 1940s… In a large supporting cast, Pamela Brown is especially memorable as the spookily alluring local girl, Catriona Potts." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Siochembio - 10/10
"The woman has the power here."
Michaël Parent - 8/10
"There was only one way: her way!"
Nicolas Krizan - 8/10
"a headstrong londoner learns some unexpected lessons in harsh, exotic, alluring Scotland"
Adolytsi - 7/10
"The main character sure knows where she is going, and you almost certainly will too."
Kim Wilson - 7/10
"Overall, I Know Where I’m Going! is a somewhat enjoyable light romantic comedy. Other than some very fine photography, there is not much else that stands out."
TSorensen - 7/10
"I Know Where I’m Going! is light and easy entertainment for Sunday afternoon. I would recommend it for anybody with a penchant for Scotland and for that awesome whirlpool."
Movie Guy Steve - 5/10
"Why would anyone want the unpleasant Joan to end up with everything she desires?"
Squish - 5/10
"it's a charming tale of a Gaelic society living the old ways, singing and piping and dancing and living their culture and Jesus Christ it's tedious."